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Date

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SERVICE TECHNICAL BULLETIN


Subject Model S-TYPE
NAVIGATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS Year 1999.25 MY
VIN L00600 ON

ISSUE:

This Technical Bulletin provides information to Dealers about the Diagnostics which are available to
them concerning the Navigation System fitted to S-TYPE vehicles either as a standard feature or as
an option. Within the Navigation System there is a Diagnostic Procedure to which a Technician may
gain access.

The Bulletin contains the following information:

Access to the Diagnostic Menu Diagnosis Codes


Troubleshooting Flowcharts 'Adjust Position' Procedure

The Adjust Position Procedure provides a method of rapid re-orientation of the system should a
vehicle have been unable to 'see' satellites for some time, during which the vehicle has been
transported a considerable distance - a situation which may arise during the delivery cycle, or where a
customer's vehicle is on board a car ferry for a considerable period of time.

The following information is for Dealers only, and should not be disclosed to customers or
members of the public.

ACCESS TO THE DIAGNOSTIC MENU:

1. Turn the ignition to position I or II.


2. If the Navigation System has not yet started, press any of the touch buttons.
3. The Caution screen will follow the Jaguar logo.
4. With the Caution screen still displayed, depress the touch buttons RAPIDLY in the following
order:
F3, F4, F3, F4, F3, F4, ENTER, ENTER, ENTER.
5. The screen will then show the Diagnosis Menu.
The menus now available are:
a. System Inspection
b. Display & SW
c. Diag. Memory Menu
d. NAV Diag. Menu
e. Connections Info
f. Adjust position

The following is a summary of the features of each of the above menus.

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a. System Inspection Shows any abnormality of the system at the moment of testing. If
the components and signals are correct, then OK will appear
adjacent to the items tested. Should a fault exist, then a Fault
Code will be displayed.
Where system components are not fitted (eg. TV-TUNER is only
available for the Japanese Market - not fitted for all other Markets)
an Error code will be displayed adjacent to the name of the
component concerned.

b. Display & SW Allows testing of the Display and Switch functions. There are 8
possible selections:
1. Diag Will display OK, or error code if faulty. (Press 'MAP' to return to
Display & SW menu).
2. SW Allows testing of the push button and cursor control switches.
3. TV For the Japanese Market ONLY; checks connection. (Press 'MAP'
to return to Display & SW menu).
4. VER Displays the version of the software on which the system is
running. Also available is the MAP version and the type of TV fitted.
(Press 'MAP' to return to Display & SW menu).
5. COLOR BAR A check will indicate whether the R (Red), G (Green) and B (Blue)
signals are correct. (When in this screen, press F1 or F4 to check
the color bar 'Pixels'). (Press 'MAP' to return to Display & SW
menu).
6. CON BRI Adjustments of Contrast and Brightness may be checked. (Press
'MAP' to return to Display & SW menu).
7. RAM CLEAR Clears the back-up RAM ie Diagnosis, Brightness and Contrast.
(Press 'MAP' to return to Display & SW menu).
8. END Will return to the Display & SW menu.

c. Diag. Memory Allows access to the error history screens - faults which were
intermittent. Where a system fault has been logged, the error code
together with the date and time of the occurrence are displayed.
There are 5 possible selections:
1. NAV Navigation Control Module faults.
2. DISPLAY Display/Control Panel faults.
3. GPS Global Position System faults.
4. CD-ROM Faults with the CD or Driver
5. VICS Japanese Market ONLY

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d. NAV Diagnosis Menu Allows monitoring of the system signals in real time (built-in
datalogger). There are 5 screens available:
1. Program Displays the current version of the Map area - eg, UK, Japan,
Germany, etc.
This is also the menu to be accessed when upgrading or changing
the system software version (NOT Map Version).
2. GPS Information Will show information regarding the number of satellite signals
being captured at that moment; the latitude and longitude at which
the satellites are positioned; aerial status.
3. RGB Signal Shows a color bar so that the RGB signals may be checked
4. Vehicle Signal In this screen the vehicle's road speed is displayed; the gyro
voltage (determines rotation/turns) may also be monitored. Also
shows direction of travel - if vehicle is in reverse gear, screen will
show '1'.
5. VICS Diag Japanese Market ONLY

e. Connections This screen indicates which Options are deemed to be available.


Information The availability of an option is determined on the initial commun-
ication attempt to the components; if a failure in communication to
a component occurs the words 'Not Available' will be displayed
adjacent to the component.
TV & VICS Japanese Market ONLY.
VEMS North American Market ONLY. Is hard-wired to the Navigation
System, hence Open Circuit to the VEMS would indicate 'Not
Available'.
Traffic Info UK & German Market ONLY. If Nav CM does not connect with
"Traffic Master", then 'Not Available' is displayed.

f. Adjust Position Allows the system to re-calibrate to a new position following the
vehicle being transported over a long distance.

To Exit: To Exit the Diagnostic screens, turn the ignition 'Off'. When the
ignition is next turned 'On' the Navigation System will revert to
normal customer use condition.

On the following 3 pages there are illustrations of the Diagnosis Menu screens which may be
accessed.

Note that although the normal user display may be selected in several languages, the majority of the
Diagnostic Menu screens are displayed in English ONLY.

Certain TV and VICS Diagnostic screens, applicable to the Japanese Market only, are in Japanese,
not English.

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DIAGNOSIS

Initial Screen System Inspection

Performs a system
inspection and displays
the results

Caution Display Inspection Menu


Inspects TV picture quality
DIAG RAM CLEAR
and switches
SW TV

VER. COLOR BAR

CON. BRI. END

Diagnosis Memory Menu


F3→F4
→F3→F4 Displays data in each
→F3→F4 diagnosis memory
→ENTER
→ENTER
→ENTER

Diagnosis Menu NAV Diagnosis Menu

Displays status of each


navigation unit

Connections Information

Displays the availability of


options

Adjust Position

Adjusts (calibrates) the


current geographical
location.

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MENU

Displays data in the


Navigation System

Displays data in the


DETAILS ON Display Diagnosis
PAGE 6 Memory

Displays data in the


GPS Diagnosis
Memory

Displays data in the


CD-ROM diagnosis
memory

Displays data in the


VICS diagnosis
memory (Japan
ONLY)

Displays the version


of the navigation
program

Displays the GPS and


satellite status

Inspects the RGB


signals in the
navigation unit

Displays the gyro


sensor and vehicle
signals

Displays the VICS


receiving status
(Japan ONLY)

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FROM PAGE 4

Display Inspection Menu - Detail

Screen 1

Screen 2

(Japan ONLY)
Screen 3

Illustrations of these
Screen 4 screens are not
available.

Screen 5

Screen 6

DIAGNOSIS CODES

The diagnosis codes listed on the following tables can be displayed on the System Inspection screen
and/or on the Diagnosis Memory screen. (The "System Inspection" and "Diagnosis Memory" columns
in the table below show their availability on respective screens). The table also shows the status of
the FAIL LED (to the left of the information key) associated with the output of each diagnosis code.

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1. Display ECU

Diagnosis Diagnosed Item Message Corrective Action System Diagnosis Fail


Code Inspection Memory LED
50 No connection between The attempt to
the Navigation CM and make an initial
• Check the connector
Display/ Control Panel communication
failed • Check the wiring O - OFF
harness
• Check the Navigation

51 Communication error Error in CM O - ON


communication
between the
Display/Control

52 (Navigation CM) panel and O - ON


Navigation CM

61 ROM abnormality Error detected by O - OFF


check sum test

62 RAM abnormality A part of the RAM O - OFF


cannot be
accessed to read or
write

71 Back light abnormality The back light bulb O O ON


(1) has failed (no
current)

Overcurrent to back
light (abnormality in
74 Back light abnormality Check the O O ON
back light power
(2) Display/Control Panel
supply)

76 Abnormally high Abnormally high O O ON


temperature temperature within
the Display/Control
panel

77 Backup memory Abnormality in the - O OFF


abnormality backup memory

The contact of the "i"


button remains
78 Abnormality in the "i" O O ON
continuously closed
switch
for 30 seconds or
longer.

84 +B disconnection Abnormality in the • Check the wiring


+B power supply harness
O O OFF
• Check the Display/
Control Panel
C1 Synchronisation signal Abnormality in the • Check the wiring
abnormality (Navigation Navigation CM harness
O O ON
CM) synchronisation • Check the Navigation
signal CM

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2. Navigation CM

Diagnosis Diagnosed Item Message Corrective Action System Diagnosis Fail


Code Inspection Memory LED
00 ROM abnormality Error detected by Check the Navigation O - OFF
check sum test CM

01 Backup memory The check-sum Check the Navigation


abnormality before IG-OFF and CM (except after
- O
the check-sum booting)
before IG-OFF are
different

• Check the connector


03 Vehicle speed pulse Abnormality in the • Check the wiring - O OFF
abnormality vehicle speed harness
signal (0 km/h) • Check the Navigation
CM
The attempt to • Check the connector
make a • Check the wiring
25 SCP communication O O OFF
communication harness
error
from the vehicle has
• Check the Navigation
failed (no signal
CM
received)

26 No response from Commands • Check the VEMS - O ON


VEMS supporting the • Check the wiring
VEMS drivers harness
cannot be executed

27 Error in • Check the wiring


communication harness
O O OFF
between the • Check TrafficMaster
Navigation CM and *
TrafficMaster

Communication error Error in


communication • Check the connector
28 - O ON
between the
• Check the wiring
Navigation CM and
harness
Display/ Control
Panel

29 Display/Control Panel The attempt to • Check the Display/


disconnected make an initial Control Panel
- O OFF
communication
failed

30 Gyro abnormality Abnormality in the Check the Navigation - O OFF


gyro CM (Gyro system)

31 GPS receiver Abnormality in the Check the Navigation O O OFF


abnormality GPS receiver CM (GPS receiver)

3A GPS antenna contact GPS antenna • Check the connection


dis-connected or short- contact open or of the GPS antenna
O O OFF
circuited short-circuited • Check the GPS
antenna
A1 Abnormal temperature Abnormally high Check the Navigation - O ON
in the CD pickup temperature in the CM (CD player)
CD player

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2. Navigation CM (Continued)

Diagnosis Diagnosed Item Message Corrective Action System Diagnosis Fail


Code Inspection Memory LED
A2 No disk No map CD is Insert a map CD - O OFF
inserted into the
player

A3 Wrong disk A wrong CD has Replace a map CD - O OFF


been inserted into
the player

A4 CD read error Data cannot be • Replace the map CD - O OFF


read from the map • Check the Navigation
CD CM (CD player)

* TrafficMaster feature will apply in UK and Germany ONLY.

Note 1: On the System Inspection


screen

Diagnosis codes marked 'O' in the table


above may be displayed
← Diagnosis codes
and output date/time

Note 2: On the Diagnosis Memory


menu

Diagnosis codes marked 'O' in the table


above may be displayed

← Diagnosis codes
and output date/time

Note 3: Fail LED

Lights up when an abnormality is detected

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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS

Prior to following the flowcharts ensure that normal diagnostics have been carried out using
PDU.

CHART 1 UNABLE TO INSERT


OR EJECT THE MAP CD

Is the ignition turned to position I No Turn the ignition to position I or II


or II ? and retest

Yes

Is the voltage on the CM No Wiring / harness fault or Battery


connector CA107 pin 10 YB wire power concern
at 10 - 15 volts ?

Yes

Navigation Control Module fault

*************************************************************************************************************

CHART 2 CURRENT POSITION


MARKER DOES NOT MOVE

Is fault code 03 or 25 present No Navigation Control Module


in the memory ? fault

Yes

Wiring or harness fault.


Check fault chart for further
information

*************************************************************************************************************

CHART 3 RH / LH TURNS
NOT RECOGNISED

Is fault code 30 present in the No Navigation Control Module


memory ? fault

Yes

Faulty gyro sensor part of


Navigation CM

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CHART 4 GPS SIGNAL CANNOT


BE RECEIVED

Does Diagnosis Code 31 Yes GPS receiver


appear on the Diagnosis (Navigation CM)
Code display ? failure
No

Does Diagnosis Code 3A Replace the GPS


appear on the Diagnosis Yes antenna. Yes GPS antenna
Code display ? Is the GPS signal failure
received ?
No No

Wiring Harness
failure

Move the vehicle to a No signal from any Wait until a signal is


location with an No satellite received on the No received from another
unobstructed view. Is the GPS Diagnostic Screen satellite so that the
GPS signal received ? even after 10 minutes ? vehicle position can be
calculated
Yes

Replace the GPS


antenna. No Navigation CM
Is the GPS signal failure
received ?
Yes

GPS antenna failure

Normal

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CHART 5 "CURRENT POSITION"


CURSOR DOES NOT
TRAVEL ON THE ROAD

Press the MAP button.


Is the GPS icon displayed ? No Carry out GPS diagnosis
(Allow 10 minutes with vehicle fault chart.
parked on open ground)
Yes

Select "Vehicle Signal" from the Are any other components


NAV Diagnostic menu. which use 'vehicle speed'
Observe the vehicle speed and signals showing faults ?
gyro signals during the following No (Check SCP waveform) *
test sequence: (See foot of page)
Yes

Check ABS signal and CM


connections
When travelling above 5 km/h No
(3 mph) does the Vehicle Speed
displayed alter ?
Yes Check harness and
connections.

With the vehicle stationary, is the No Navigation Control Module fault


gyro voltage 2 - 3 volts ?
Yes

Over several turns in both No Navigation Control Module fault


directions, does the gyro voltage
alter ?
Yes

NO fault with
the system

SCP Line Inspection *

Where an oscilloscope is 5v
available, check whether the
waveforms illustrated are present SCP+ 0v
or not.
SCP- 0v

5v

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CHART 6 AUDIO
INSTRUCTION MISSING

Is there sound on other audio No Radio


functions - CD, Radio, Tape ? concern
Yes

In 'Guidance' options is Audio No Enable Audio Guidance.


Guidance enabled ? Retest

Instruct a route to any


destination

If the F2 button is pressed when Check wiring / harness


in the Current Position display No and connections from the
screen, does sound come from Navigation System to the Audio
the audio system ? System
Yes OK

No fault If there is sound on other Audio


with Navigation system functions then the Navigation
CM is faulty

CHART 7 NO DISPLAY / DARK DISPLAY

Does the display return if the OFF Yes Normal function


button is pressed ? of system
No

Are there power feeds and No Check wiring / harness


grounds to the CM ? and power supplies
Yes

Are there power feeds and Yes Check the wiring / harness
grounds to the Display/Control between the Navigation CM and
Panel ? the Display/Control Panel Unit
No

Check the wiring / harness and


connections

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CHART 8 IMAGES APPEAR DISTURBED

Is diagnosis code C1 output to the No


Display Diagnosis screen ? Display/Control Panel failure
Yes

Is the signal output from the Yes


SYNC terminal of the Navigation Wiring harness failure
CM normal ? *
No

Navigation CM failure

* SYNC Output Waveform

5v

0v

65 µsec

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CHART 9 ONLY THE MAP DISPLAY


IS UNAVAILABLE?

When 'Adjust Position' is selected Yes


from the Diagnosis menu, is the Map Normal
Screen displayed ?
No

Is the Map CD ejected after pressing No


the 'Eject' switch on the Navigation CM Navigation CM failure
?
Yes

Is the Map CD correctly inserted with No Reset the Map CD with the label
the label facing up ? facing up
Yes

Is the recording surface (opposite the No Remove any dust.


label) of the Map CD free of dust and If scratches are found, replace
scratches ? the Map CD.
Yes

After re-inserting the Map CD and


turning the ignition OFF then ON No Navigation CM failure
again, a map should appear normally
on the display
Yes

Map CD failure

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CHART 10 GPS DOES NOT DISPLAY THE


CURRENT POSITION MARKER

Move the vehicle to open No Are the touch switches on Check the navigation CM
ground. Check "Antenna Good the navigation menu NO communication cable
Connection" on the GPS enabled ? harness
Diagnosis Screen
YES

Navigation CM failure

Antenna cable No
No Good disconnected. Good Rectify the defect
Antenna connector
disconnected or damaged
OK

Replace the GPS antenna

No
Check Good Navigation CM failure
"Antenna Connection"

Does the GPS diagnosis NO Replace the Navigation


screen indicate availability CM.
of signals from 3 or more Wait at least 30 minutes
satellites ?
YES

Does the GPS diagnosis


Normal screen indicate availability NO GPS Antenna failure
of signals from 3 or more
satellites ?

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Procedure to be followed after identification of Navigation CM failure:

Display the Display Diagnosis


screen, then press the
PROGRAM switch

Does the message


"MAP CD:"NNNNN" appear as No Is the Map CD ejected No
the third row of text ? after pressing the Eject Insert a Map CD
(Note: This identifies the switch on the
VERSION NO. of the Map Disk Navigation CM ?
currently being used).
OK Yes No Good

If a Map CD can not be


inserted, replace the
Navigation CM

Is the Map CD correctly inserted No Reset the Map CD with


with the label facing up ? the label facing up
Yes

Is the recording surface (opposite Remove any dust.


to the label) of the Map CD free of No If any scratches are
dust and scratches ? found, replace the Map
CD
Yes

After re-inserting the Map CD and


turning the ignition OFF, then ON No Replace the
again, a map should appear Navigation CM
normally on the display
OK

Normal

After re-inserting the


Carry out the "Adjust Position" Map CD and turning the
procedure available in the ignition OFF, then ON Replace the
Diagnosis Menu. again, a map should Navigation CM
(See Pages 16 & 17) appear normally on the
display

Normal Normal

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DISPLAY - STRANGE COLORS or UNSTEADY DISPLAY

Should the screen display strange colors, or the display is unsteady, a fault with the R, G, B or
SYNCHRO signals is to be suspected. There are no tests which can be carried out on the hardware.
If, after checking the harness for short circuits and continuity, the fault has not been rectified, call
Dealer Technical Support for further assistance.

'ADJUST POSITION' PROCEDURE

The Navigation System may be 'confused' as to the geographic location of the vehicle following long-
distance transportation, such as inside a car ferry or ship's hold. The system will normally recognise
its location after a few minutes of operation, with the appropriate map disk in use, if driven on open
roads. If driven rapidly from a ship into an enclosed building, the system may be unable to 'see' three
satellites for sufficient time to enable it to determine the current location. In such situations, the
following procedures provide a means of providing the system with specific details of the current
location of the vehicle.

ADJUST POSITION FROM DIAGNOSIS ADJUST POSITION FROM MAIN MENU


MENU (DEALER POINT OF INTEREST)

• Ignition ON • Ignition ON
• Slide open the CD-ROM cover • Slide open the CD-ROM cover
• Insert the appropriate Map Disk • Insert the appropriate Map Disk
• Close the CD-ROM cover • Close the CD-ROM cover
• From the CAUTION screen, input the access • At the CAUTION screen, select F1
code sequence (Refer to Page 1 - Access to • Select F1, MAIN MENU
the Diagnostic Menue - Step 4) • Select F1, Enter DESTINATION
• Select ADJUST POSITION • Select a Point of Interest / Town Center
• Press F1 • Select F2, CLASS
• Switch ignition OFF • Select JAGUAR DEALER
• Switch ignition ON • Select F1, LIST
• At the CAUTION screen, select F1 • Select DEALERSHIP and press <ENTER>
• Select F1, MAIN MENU • Press MAP
• Select SET UP • Select F1, MAIN MENU
• Select CALIBRATION • Select SET UP
• Select CALIBRATION
• Select F1, RELOCATE

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RELOCATION FROM MAIN MENU


(NO DEALER POINT OF INTEREST)

• Ignition ON
• Slide open the CD-ROM cover
• Insert the appropriate Map Disk
• Close the CD-ROM cover
• At the CAUTION screen, select F1
• Select F1, MAIN MENU
• Select F1, Enter DESTINATION
• Select F2, ADDRESS
• Enter Address of present location and press
<ENTER>
• Select HOUSE NUMBER of present location
and press <ENTER>
• Select TOWN of present location and press
<ENTER>
• Press MAP
• Select F1, MAIN MENU
• Select SET UP
• Select CALIBRATION
• Select F1, RELOCATE

FAULT REPORTING:

Where it is necessary to contact Dealer Technical Support, make a photocopy of the attached
Navigation Fault Report Sheet and fill in or tick the boxes with all appropriate details prior to making
contact. Dealer Technical Support may request you to send the completed form by FAX.

WARRANTY INFORMATION:

This Technical Bulletin is issued For Information Only.

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NAVIGATION FAULT REPORT SHEET

Dealer Code Dealer Name

DTS Call Ref No. Pre-call


Worksheet

Contact Name Customer's


Name

V.I.N. Odometer
Reading

Fault Description &


owner's comments

Fault Codes:- 1 2 3

4 5 6

Others

Fault Found: 1 Antenna 2 Connector 3 Harness

4 Display Unit 5 VEMS 6 Navigation CM

7 Disk 8 VICS 9 TrafficMaster

10 Others

Flow Chart No: Fault found


was followed. to be:

External Conditions Dry Wet Sunny

Overcast Other

Driving Conditions Cruising Traffic Built-up zone

Surrounded by Other
high buildings (Describe)

Open air

Road Conditions Smooth Bumpy Twisting

Other
(Describe)

Occurrences Constant Several Single

Reporting again same fault as previously reported Yes/No DTS Call Ref.
on same vehicle ? For previous
report

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